Designed to be a direct swap out for Park .25 size motors. This brushlessoutrunner will provide more power and longer run times with its high efficiency. A quality motor, built specifically for planes designed to fly with .25 glow engines.
Spec. Battery: 3~4 Cell /11.1~14.8V RPM: 610kv Max current: 44A Watts: 600w No load current: 11.1V/1.3A Internal resistance: 0.05 ohm Weight: 190g Diameter of shaft: 5mm Dimensions: 35x61mm
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I have tried it in the past but is often difficult if threadlock or cyano has been used in manufacture. You stand a good chance of ruining the motor. Better to use the bolt-on alloy prop adaptor and saw off the unused shaft as we do with our e2k pylon racers.
Do you mean "What is the recommended weight of aircraft it can fly". If so about 3 lbs or approx 1.5 Kg or more, depending on prop, cell count and type of model. Look at similar models powered by a 25 I/C engine to get an idea.
Depends on your prop and discharge rate of batt. ask your self what kinda thrust your looking for mind the weight of plane with all electronics and factor in the thrust ration of your propeller of choice
I am trying to do this too, on the G25 870kv version, but it seems impossible. Unscrewing and remove the internal stator was easy. Unscrewed the housing, but shaft itself is mounted VERY tight into the housing. So far I was not able to move the shaft down the housing, not even with a drill press. Anyone?
Oh how funny, try using a larger pitch prop or greater diameter, or both, you must load an electric motor to gain the best performance and that way you can "tailor" both thrust and pitch speed to suit the aircraft, for slow aircraft a large diameter and low pitch and faster aircraft smaller diameter prop and course pitch
The point isn't that the test data is false, it's just not very interesting. Why would one buy a 600W motor if one needs only 150W? I can very well understand that suspect (and others) wants to have relevant real-life data before buying. It looks like they just took a random prob and wrote the values.
I compared data for a G10 1200Kv, G25 870Kv, G25 710Kv and G25 610Kv and there appear to be some glaring discrepancies which make it difficult to make an informed decision on a motor. For example, according to the specs, the G10 draws max 52A, the G25 870Kv draws max 32A, the G25 710Kv and 610Kv draw max 44A. target=_blank>HKMotorComp
14.8v - 13X4.7 Prop - 12A - 640g Thrust?????
This is wrong, please, somebody to correct... hurts the eyes.
But who makes the data test for the motors and writes about them? Up to a monkey a little trained would be able to do it better than HK. Every day I feel more disappointed with the way of doing business in Hk.
Just count the magnets, this is all the Poles are. Count the Magnets with the Windings on them in the Center of the motor.
Have tested it with 11x8 3-blade Master Airscrew at 4S 7150upm 20A The motor became little bit warm. KV calculated with Motocalc is 615 and Ri 0,075ohms
will test it with bigger prop at 5S
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This motor is awesome! Looks to be well built, weight was 182g, I measured 630kv. Comes with prop adaptor but no bullet connectors.
I tested with YEP 45A esc and 6s 1000mAh 40C/80C Kypom packs.
12x6 apc-e prop settled at 2.5kg thrust, 19V, 32A. Short bursts were 3kg thrust and none of the parts got hot. 13x6.5 was a bit too much for my packs but worked well in short bursts, peaks of 3.3kg thrust and 1250W. Better performance could be gained from larger batteries but didn't have any to test.
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Bench Test G25 / 610 kv:
Lipo Compact 3S 3300,
Aeronaut Foldingprop 14 x 8, 12,4 V, 282 W, 23 A.
Aeronaut Foldingprop 15 x 10, 12,3 V, 461 W, 39 A.